Definitions for "EII"
enterprise information integration. The process of integrating structured and unstructured information sources into a unified information source.
Enterprise Information Integration. An integration technology that pulls and combines data from multiple systems “real time”, without storing it on a disk (“on the fly” transformation), creating a “virtual” data warehouse; eliminating the need to store or move data.
enterprise information integration. refers to software systems that can take data from a variety of internal or external sources and in different formats and treat them as a singe data source. Same idea has been around under a variety of other names like federated data management or federated query systems; see website (,10801,104683,00.html)